Russian fighter jets have launched a fresh round of combat flights targeting terrorist terrorists in the two provinces of Idlib and Damascus, and inflicting major losses on the militants.
Terrorist groups in the provinces of Idlib and Damascus were targeted by Russian fighter jets in a fresh round of combat flights; the militants suffered heavy losses, the Fars news agency reported, citing unnamed military sources.
According to the sources, “Russian army aircraft targeted Jeish al-Fatah’s positions in Binnish in Idlib, which ended in killing or wounding of several terrorists,” while “The Syrian army’s artillery units, for their part, shelled militant’s positions in Jisr al-Shughour in Southern Idlib from neighboring province of Lattakia.”
“The Russian Air Force launched a number of airstrikes over the key jihadist controlled town of Khan al-Sheih the Western Ghouta in Damascus province, targeting an al-Nusra Front’s command center hidden inside a collection of farms,” the report cited a source.
On July 22, al-Nusra’s positions in the regions of Anadan, Hayyan, Kafr Hamra and Hraytan were also struck by Russian bombers. Several terrorists were killed, and al-Nusra’s military movements down in the region were slowed.
In addition to Anadan Plains and Castillo highway, terrorist-held Handarat Refugee camp was also targeted by the Russian Air Force.